My introduction to Tastefully Simple was when I hosted a party in March 2009. I sampled Corn, Black Bean Salsa – and was hooked! My consultant followed up after the party to let me know that one of the guests, a sister of a friend, had indicated an interest in becoming a consultant. My consultant said she wanted that new consultant to join MY team when I joined Tastefully Simple myself. She explained that offering me that new consultant demonstrated the company’s Law of Abundancy: There is enough for everyone. So I joined and my friend’s sister became the first consultant on my team. My original consultant and I are still friends today, and her generosity allowed me to hit the ground running.
I have been working my business primarily online since 2010, so the current social-distancing restrictions haven’t changed how I do business much. The majority of my sales come from repeat client business and animal rescue fundraisers held via Facebook events. When it comes to training and interacting with my team, we have a team page and I also interact one-on-one via their preferred communication method, whether that be text, Messenger, emails or phone calls.
Looking back upon the "Law of Abundancy," there is still plenty to go around, especially out here in California! Our new Business Blast-Off Kit option is only $99 with free shipping and you get over $180 in free products!Why wouldn't you want someone to try the business? Many of us are at home more with the COVID-19 restrictions; therefore, it is a great opportunity to set up a website and experience the success!
Now is a great time to start a business and build a team. When offering the business opportunity, reach out to those with whom you have a relationship and let them be in control of the conversation; be there to answer their questions, without pressure.If the individual shows interest, be prompt in your responses, as it is an indication of how fast you will assist in a sponsor role as well. If they say no, that's okay too! Just tell them to keep an eye on your Facebook fan page for new, upcoming products and specials. If you can capture the person as a fan, or a contact in your address book, you have already succeeded.
Tracy Koss (CA)